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   Gallup Independent, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1950, Gallup, New Mexico                                Give Your Support To The Gallop Chamber of Commerce Membership Campaign VOL fii ASSOCIATED PRESS Western New Mexicos Daily Newspaper Cathedral Homecoming Gciliup of Albuquerque Cdlup Foolball Dtiy Friday October 6 Martinez Defends SCC Against Economic Development Chairman Jn Dispute Over Freight Rates SANTA Uial its rale cterJe Pan Pom ral Jos L Iirs allied liirn pec Jr was not cjunlificit la reu New Mexico in freight rate self wilh ilic stole com mission in its lojiysnamiMrring ili1 jmtc1 with ihe slite economic LP voJopmcm uonniisinn riii HDC chain mm Retail McKimuy Martinez officirtlpiiLd i Mnii mcirt here Insl night in vvhuh the attorney KQitcriil erificiscil McKiu ney find Auhur Kmel chairman of the EDCs f reign i rale bureau Jor imljscrintinnte nul unfounded personal ahuse11 iiijainsl ihc lation commission ani its t 4 THAT STATEMENT In Down statements issued by MuKimiuy mrt Rave ihc pnsi mo Hiys runt in which the two EDC traders were highly critical of he KCC attd cliim mnlteis There is no dispute ns lo the liasia contention of those persons McKiiuiey ami Ravel ihnt ng jicsiive fKlion is necessary to jro icci liie stale agains mirrasoiinhlc height raiob Mnrtincz said Bui indiscrimmaic and unfound ed pcisonnl ninise in the is itanily Ihc solution DiMag Homer in IMhWins For New York Hv JVCK HAND fired back at Mar tinez with the obseivation that I am surprised and shocked liy iho Attorney General him sell wilh ihe reccnl secret meeting of weslei n ralo knowl edge which was kepi fioin the freight into rcjualizalion hoard MpKinncy also nmmunred thai will ask Thomas 5 request official vecogni tion of the freight rate equalisation board hy MoutiUui Pacfic con ference of the 11 Western stales My that it can be jcprcsented in lbil body along with the slate toiporaiioii commission h was the SCCs alluded slighi of tin freight rTle hoard thai sei EHJDE PARK Philirtclihia off McKinnVs latest Wasl nt ih Joe Imttl a Ifltii inning state agency n blnst el truce for four months HOTH KLTENE AUISOX chair man of the SCC and Martinez pointed out the small amount of money yivirn ihc SCC by Iht legis lature lo carry on its frcsfjhl rate wci k Mailinrz said Unfortunately 1913 IcyisU for he etisptuyuient of a rale clerk rfow h is expected lo combat thelv Die tiilroads wilh such limit ed Jnwls Jn difficult to iirKlcrstamJ lie corporation commission and ihe auorncy general have taken in the limits of funus nvailaljl icfion is rosihlc what 1 c Itpiestmed in heae ICC hear lo Fompeo who by his own Parties Trade 113 Iompeo vvno Lty hi5 own on State Purchasing Law agreed to work together Titnl is still viiat I lo do IlAJr OF A Hi KlMKCTKI IVASHINOTON I The army trued Iovn 100413 of the 20703 icti evatniiUil for llnj draft Aiidnst Tfiis 1R5 per cent icjeelion raie for the sutund mojiih of sciviue cJiIls wns vejiuvtctl today ly Ire surgeon generals office ft compared wilh 522 portent July when only were induction tests homo run into the left fiolJ unoip esnd1 lodiv to tht1 Nciv Voi duration over the Phils Itohn Rohrrts in the second world series Hanif flic 1ivorcd Arntjican JfiHie chains snfonl sivaiglit vir lory in the bestofseven Eerier bcfoie 32TCO fans game will he played in Now Tlio jilayhyplny j First inning Vrnkees heat out n stow humidor to Harmicr between Uiiid and shovt for 1 single Soininick made a fine cutcli of fmi pop ticar the box seals Uhiml homj plate Dcrra punched 1 looniri into slvtrl ivinning ndvanced Vo tlnnl iolijil uy on he jiriFS to catch lay pop Icliinrl second McKIXNEV answered Ihe Woodlintr Attempted to score nflcr iisseitioa llvit tir services of Leon the citch bul chnnged his ininj aid Way foimcr ICC exnminei ind uid scrambled1 hack to third to fwit EtUvird freight txjnrd relay with a headlong cxpcit arid the Washington slide Mizo swujiy it Hoberts first legal finii of and Wheeler pilch and irsoii 1 ihorl foul pop hrti been ofieicd lu ihc foiporaiion up o Sotninick to the left of thecommission whUuut cost by the plate Ko runs two hits no cirors I ccmiomic develop rpnt com mission two left It is criminal negligence that the First innitiK Phillies people New Mexico should only rlppod sharply to CoJpninct ibrmv Irint tml Asliburn drapped a douhk into short rightcenter U was HIP Phils firs base hi of liic Ecries Swler looked nl balls then took tlnce stiikej swingiii at the third orc Colcinrin hurried licliiiKl second to tnaRp a nice stop and tlnow o retire Ennis No runs onehit no CHOM one left Second inJiiitj Ynnkces FJiouirj rapped 1 Jnev inlo lb hands of Asliburn in renter Jones Ctiuuhl Bauers foul poo i If way between third iind home Cnlenimi wiilkecl on a full count Reynolds ran pet Robiits first pitch over hrnd into liplil field for a siimlt senilinc Coleinan la tliirtl Wcydliui foi Itis infield single when Himner mnde a fine hackKindci slop of Uvislinu between third and slorl hut could not tome up wtb n throw fie finnllv trieit a forcc nt shroud bul Kcvuolds easb heat the throw to hat bag tie plate Uitll 7irn nf the grime Rwtilo sen1 a hiph soft flv lo Ashlmrti in shnl Jow rrnter One nm two hil5 ool r t wo left I PP con f Phillies Jones was called onl on strides ftmmcr hH fd a Irmtn hetwccn DiMncgfo and iBniipr Vili n 13 romt clrovf n rTjl itrm a trtfiVxiuncfr to idr tHl Colrmnn threw on Semitin CJolinf sent nil easy flv to N runs ore hit no Crrnr OHf left Third Yankees Bcrca clown swinynfj Goliit scTrnncicf out on the in slioit eft to pet under DiMiKgios sliorj flv loouci a single over Goliats hetl inlo riflin field Ash moved wck a few strides to Rather in Browns fly No runs one hil no errors one 10ft TiVrd Phillies IJohcrU struck out Wnitkiib lined a double bare Iv inside the foul line in lire riulit field comer It uas Die tliiril hil mid liieir ibiid ex Ira bosc hil Ashburn fouletl lo Bprnt directly in front of Uia PiuIIirV ilnMoul Siser went out on a weak roller to Coicman No runs one hit no errors oie left Fourth Bauer lo Ilanmcr hchiud Ihe infield Colcnwn was credited with a when lii drive into center ficld took a brtl hounce wliicb Ashbiirn wtti bsicJy able lo knock CJALLUP Js M THURSDAY OCTOHKR B 1050 roops Seize 1IUCE 5 CENTS Mabry Repeals Support of Town forfooiy I Allies Poised P Challenge Day Is Asked by Mayor Bubany Along 3Eth for lis nil ciullirs lo iho affair lavltfil it f I t it LJeadneads fresh Action NTA pp itv r Mayor George Btibiny rallinu on as oiu at llu lmllKi f SANTA re Cttwrnnv Bubany calling ThonL M h aU citiztns 0 Q Mbry today repeated hi Caihwlml and Gallup High school to Hepublfcnns to name learns in their Important contests Friday night Fina nlso have cryslallized AniJ he charged that hifihway for Onward lo Victory TI r H j ui Pejv rali Qn1eht sharp at pnyroHs were doubled lht Ceremonial Krounds The rally hy KepvjhhcBHs just before eler is siwsorcd by four Gallup and the last vice clubs wilh the cooperation of tJme he Republicans in rvu ocnl mrrcluinis any employee drawing a snl ary but not working lo earn It as OIID of the highlights of the packed evening w KlSSlU MUSKS McCoUum aUo wmned wtki pants to Iw al Ihe yrouiuis by program wilt nol ta delayvd VM1 lkm Republicans were in pow in New Mexico slalcments ay WCic in jm5Ucr lo GOP chargrs of dead siiiu payrolls under Dcm litre tnil lie ails on ocratk Moliry tlinl Uieic hail been less lm 32 M cent increase in I stale 2dipciistrativc personnel since JOS3 bin thit ihiwork load hod crrascil by nl lwsl 100 per Co Give me Ihc names o any of Frank my employes you can are Gcoiye IrnwinK jray and nol working am svillt n I will separate such a person from nrii Ihc psvroll the governor loid his ilics CHAIRMAN Jay McColKini of the rilly coinrnrltcc reminded all stu dents over 12 years of njje to wear KOK rOMCES DHIVE ON Tiw nl Chinese Ifel inlci lenftmi in the Korean wen in ilu report yf t U s rc roiuiaissniirc fiver thai a fohimn of IrucKs was mov ing from Manchuria luniBViMiK North Ktircan cun munist riipilal Tins fwllonetl ittt Chinosnationalist Ihnt Chinese llcih nh field uniy hnd cinssrI jpnlir from Aniuiip inlo Slnuijit On tlic ffiast lie Soiifli Kurcnn tnl division foiight indi Cliunjin in n iliivc towaul Ihc grwil oil anil in ditstrml tiiy nf CajiMuI ilivMuti narked wr1 nml iKirihsvcst ftoni Vanwanj pfiietralinx IS miles insiiUOu Wllj iiaral lel On Ihe Seoul fumi 3 U S niniine fr Iijiunni was reported ihe final otijcrlivi iji tlu Seoul itptnlioii Hrilili atid U Iscarrier phiucs put riitnKiivtmj I tnnler n heavy ncvitil ami naval bnmhiitilmeut ificithe Ucd gnrrisuti refused Co surrender Burke Wonders at Furor Over His iBuilding Permits ent GiiMvip AILUQturque foolliali it ilic1 Duke Cny Crcvhmmil aficni said ct sprcil foullnll bis will lenvr ttiv Lollop Greyhound suuion Friilny ifuiJIOOD at 1 to nrrivi nl in fur jiv The UUlin ilu letvc Albuqnerqiie at f wilh uiolher hus f r If i IIHiiul trip firc for Iho will le rtW iitl must be mide at Clreylmiind hj 0 occck tomorrow noj rtsJAlantc yet en iinnic I in Xorlh Korea ihe i rpubics Thiri ir ovec Ciianyjon GO ir ills noith in the tSth jiarallel U S hivilith arnty iiiiaiecl mriialrv f H imnjianv of lieil marines stiivl tritci south tl III H WilKiiin JorUn republican the town fell to ii dldav nnvuii iviilcnlly K iise recent IK MADE a similar challenge lo Republicans earlier thiS sum mer bin he said today hu has not had a case reported to him by anjp one Lashing out nt liic Hcrrtiihlicaiisl for tijcir dcpnilment cm ploymcnt poIiciiM in 1928 and 1930 the governor said there were 875 highway employees in July of 1923 but that number mcicascd lo ITCi in OetohtMthit year just before the general election In Till FOOT11AII day itmis as follows Bt IT rHOCIAIMKI HY THK IJXIMKSICIXED MAYOH OK 71IK TOWN OF GAUUI THAT WUEHKAS Kfh Ilivh srlinol iiinl Unlindial Hiih liav hK yea skillful fnlhi K iv aiut m tiLit ifnAinxUi AiiitJicin tivi lition of iwnlKdv with hiid iltv Ko Hs I MO he iepoiiocl the July a dcpiirirnunt pciyioll listed in October of thit 1S1S He thoie figures with j llu highuay drpnrtnicnl payroll i fijiiircs lor the clciiioii year 1918 when the Dwnotrits wen1 in jmAir anil when lie the per sonnel reniairnl cutiMntit al ic ivccrr It200 anil 1300 Burke of ihe fitlition cant vsn the fiiss jb about Bnike to tlic town Ixiarct incetint Tuesday during which lie was for allegedly tefns inits nnii for to piy for othrrs Sontone has Vrcn spieidin 5e aVon my atittKic ihe of Uwe per mite Burho stated i ft s true limkc caminiied thai i luMitetlly Uj ihve yyiuiii lo I inKstioiKd liir riguf of the town aUn uinl iu Ony JLII cnlltct on peunils for houses fiOnt i lain that were ccmpleiwl fcefore Burke WIiriiKAS buh hi Pit iiuu ilo Gcotve itMlon way into th Ovtuher I nuel wnrlliy ml Iun1 ionlhCI1 limits 6However I have equally foes Amei never ntlLnmted lo forwlill pay did Hwl IIMI Si Miii of tli lOTi0 tiic ttOil Kttl Ic rciaUncu in tood KL ri i heir n liit Indian litnii tnI iv1 Newest Driving Menace Film Is Hit and Run Mower Navatos to Be Shot NearGanado By Ihc Priv Ho publican candidates torlay ac M cusetl he slate adniinistrttioti of in killing a good lill in the last legislature is their Demo cnilia opponents cniled GOP ii Lcrt liy noiniure Brlwin L Meehcm top COP can didates visited Icr stopping in Portilcs ycslenliiy ISTeitn a Iit niiil roil laun inimcr Iihpcrdir Mid Allen snul Itnrnos off n curl yiMrnluy iiiij liMlIeil hy a red litft ECiuetinic today HarncA wfis rtinTptil with rechlis A private Him tlrivitiKlenvitiK the tif in ic rWciil ami liminj It Two on the ajo people will be filmed In Ari zona during the monih from heml qoaners al CiifA Don txircnzo with a tuulmirnlor prodiie lion sclicfluted to gel nnJerwfly nent for liose ijiiiltUnus on Of Stml oni irunerty after that j flirnc Huike yddcil llinl he vas the Coifjnuniil s i only conttnctnvs who has lived I Up lo dur to build houses I ncl AUnnniounuiv 1 On ho lutdictoti weve NOW THKKKrQKK dy five liotnw alniosl fritthorny in rvested jmothrr nno nml hme o Oiiinfi d foirlilions on liiikL1 iroLIiiin Oflojcr i also ercutcrl two yihrr linaxi off tlie ncitiuion The east of building peunils is nuyliiilile contparcil la Iho iiwesl nicnt weve made fin yon think wed quibble ovit loss ttsui wlicti weve spctil SWOOO In gel ousing for GiiHup frank is JiaU owner of In land involved in the but lias no iejirds the jdilding project Tilt OIIi LINK iri KDpIOil of our ftmii ihuin in ll ilnii tm I W1TNKSS nij M1 of ilw lih of OilolHT OKOHK u1 Mnor OF GAMIJUNO KA11S fed his K AI1IRS i yovernor on the DC OKRMAiVS ItAVK NKW YORK cossavn NKW VOKK West GVi ninnys new consulate in midtown New Yoik ilrtmost iniitrusMve in the cilj Ociupviiij the entire Ho or Feilcl iliirini of ihc rolnifli Juhn HMC in wtniectjoii lufh a tn dub Paul lieutenant fiovomor hrket quoted llrro KliilMe for jcrit y lo Ctrlsr ieiia 1 I city A fcsv hloLl for lieuSecretariat OOPJUjiilcd Nniions ts diffcie Die ibc office J lh cui his bare linml Itcynolds Sec HJMAG KOMHt on I Dormant PrePrimaryiawr Scheduled for Vole in General Election Subject of Study by University AIDUOUFJID11P A 1 AIBUQUFHQUE i1ouliloudfcit view of New Mexico1 camp one of NPW Mexico lodny a scam inontli hdotc volcis fcile the issue it Uic jToHs Tinview ronics in tle pu riliim of ihe universitys division of irovuinmeiil nnlytis nf Hie JKV hs pios and cnis nnd ntlicr stales cxjicrirncc prfuriniary taws Wrilln Ity Dr Chnles H Dvrniinini md Oliver t Iiynr n Minim ihc nukes no rmummnili flnd taken no stand The hill pnsjctl liy tiic ifW Iryip bfurc tainlied off n sionn of cm ovrrsy and is cxftccled to do so The Jaw was siisiKmlcd last sum Tier after a referendum rwihion forced lie issue before the voters in the coming Nov 7 general pice iion ihc law liars a randi dale from Jiny major party pri mary cleciion ballot Ihe ran cisl pry ccul f tlic votes nf primiry nnnvcnlion from the iliflnips for the slitc I iorai The tow in tffcit limits liie mun rcr of candidates for nnumLilinn tn a HviM offiro lo n tlcorctiml four Ijill Kioro likely mil hvoor ihne Jiidali and siy llw stir rounding tbr Itiw I GUIS inlo iliv oii tlicir offinu to 2 Tin mulhod will tind flvspiekcd be rirnary itelf something of n nirrc formaliiy Ahlc off iceseekers proper politJcil conneclinn would have less dianco of being U Joes nol force ihc conven tion lo dcsipnulo more than one diibie as its choice It prnvulci way for n candidate Ci yet convention dcj rut ion to the ballot ly petition It wontd restore patty Mrs Jnck Jennings nnd Mr iind Alts tVfblock Thorne of Arizona to shoot tlio color ejiibftfJt and product to i Hollywood sindio for ycneral disUihiilion Assisting ihc independent cflin pitny are medicineman Jin Suritlr who is serving as contact nun willi mi1 tubers of his liibc and Unn rcnxo mnnnyer Bob Dillon who is hnmtling supply and au ViK ici the casting Cldschili a local product will play ihc Kid roltin the soundandcolor pic In conduction wiih filming of the iocnincnlary Hosvard GOP candidate from Ari ini will visit Cnsa Don Lorenzo 11 to dicttsE Nrivnjo ptohJcrns li memhers of that tribe cits Icclurc is expected tn fccsin t U p m The audience will alio a i rented to n color film on Navajo On Oct 15 Dillon said a Holly J HOT company will arrive on loca J for Jiooiitrf of nnotlicr Imlian I slorv Tho mnvc ranial reoptrue I expected lo the scine i for alout a month Sister Claritas Leaves St Marys For Nebraska Post Sislcr M Cloril1 Miptrior of Si Marys hosjiilal for six yrars anil connected wilh ihc for sii yeirs prior ro IUT Innn Mi lixis niorniiij for Si Elizabeths hospi tal in Lincoln Ncli lo assume duties then Sister Gcraldinc nrrjvci lienyev crnl dnys ann lo lake llie plnrc of Siilcr Cliritas Otyter new sislors to tins plnnt Sislcr Niuuit ivho hns tharyc of HuXrny Kirliori of lie Sister has here o aclinic al the hospital also triiwl in the offici AH arc t SV Kranrls of tht Ontvi of Iliinl liiits tile tli slionl1 liinl c mv Two years auo jr1 their loine ncnillv western Illinois Kivvn Tiei for in a Ilicir holmwis mil wns hy 1 in i IIUKr AlIIITOKIllM OJil AiRUQUKKQUK T eity cminmii liluis hbt niulit fur eieie iiuliloi inin objecleil thil eiilinj eMR too sioali The nuditoiinin wilt vast limiteil t i 1 IrimiJe of luul noiili iellii Ihe Sl Tin VMTJI NATIONS ti li JL1 the Nurh Kn ihe a ill ii il from Todays the Day Miss Fertility Will Get Definite Yes or No of ml I Till IMJ 2 Hifiki l orpoiAlioii n1 oUivr mil potisiblf ami I livliviiln llril lip l inl aicitx i ASCIIl InSFIt TO TIIIW lo nin lir PHILADELPHIA fIl Rtschi was n 10 winnor in ill srtim loll url rt world series losor to n thief Hnscliis hotel room vxKncni r ipl to t in i hul 110 ils 7 linllnd vinlcl were from Kaschis room dckclivi Lieut All imlkalioni in tranh A May rtpmloil wil Iwlwrcn lli Lr the ll would jiiomotc mtell vnlintj cxni thoufh voler mifihl nol know llie re latcj io know lolicies rnil rccon he pnrly Ihc is support 0 Il would end payoffs ilrals tnnninitcd lo split noitti Md Navys I footliall teim includespluyers from 0 slntes wilh Pcnniyiranli henl ing the list with There nfe Iho i mir players from Illinois on thr Middle roster Three plnycts iirc KIMAUDS OpposiiiK norility are uii Ity KlllllliSJ SANTA Ff or irgumrnt in 1 Miss rertilily tl IMS ihis uieieilt iity ArtisLs ininiikTS niccl in Governor Thomas me they will I rror to tletrrinitiL fool lirca colli his froinNeA1 Jersey Uvo from Coloit Miss fV ronling to her erealor cd 27yearold William Uiiiiilcy is rlirth Inn shell piolmbly knoxvn is Miss Fertility for the life wlielhiT she sfienils New York Norlli Cnrolina Ohio nixl Cilifornti anil one cneh from Virginia or tml of I Mpildl addition ealld loilays it MlII ill Governor Milny confiTcnee after n known arlisls visited his iffiee yes i Icrdiy lo tell Mm Ihcy emuider Iliu Ilic i ploiut Vsovil ad Mry known anists lolil ol nuinlHT of miilis ilnne liy Mieli i liilltelo for Ihe in Home and aid j If this iilliiiiilr I r ui ii 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